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Re: Celtics (39-16) at Lakers (42-12) Game #56 2/23/20
« Reply #915 on: February 24, 2020, 02:03:34 AM »

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Good to see the Faker media in full swing...crowing about beating us and zero mention of the fact that Kemba wasn't playing.

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This is Lakers-Celtics, James said, and that needs to mean something special to the players on the court today because it mattered to the players on the court 60 years ago.

And the game-icing bucket, a spinning jumper from the right post? That was a move set up by an entire game of physicality, pounding Boston’s young wing, Jaylen Brown, to the point where James knew he had him right where he wanted him.

“I had been setting him up all night,” James said, not an ounce of remorse in his voice for the lesson he just dealt to the player 12 years his junior.

https://www.latimes.com/sports/lakers/story/2020-02-23/lebron-james-anthony-davis-lakers-celtics-nba-victory

 

What lesson?? Jaylen forced him to take a fadeaway! He made it, good for him. Dealing him a lesson.

It sickens me when Lakers fans think the Lakers destroyed Boston today. They barely beat the Celtics at Staples Center by 2 points with 8 seconds left in the game without Kemba Walker and with the referees to aid them with the outcome of the game.

Re: Celtics (39-16) at Lakers (42-12) Game #56 2/23/20
« Reply #916 on: February 24, 2020, 02:06:48 AM »

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Good to see the Faker media in full swing...crowing about beating us and zero mention of the fact that Kemba wasn't playing.

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This is Lakers-Celtics, James said, and that needs to mean something special to the players on the court today because it mattered to the players on the court 60 years ago.

And the game-icing bucket, a spinning jumper from the right post? That was a move set up by an entire game of physicality, pounding Boston’s young wing, Jaylen Brown, to the point where James knew he had him right where he wanted him.

“I had been setting him up all night,” James said, not an ounce of remorse in his voice for the lesson he just dealt to the player 12 years his junior.

https://www.latimes.com/sports/lakers/story/2020-02-23/lebron-james-anthony-davis-lakers-celtics-nba-victory

 

What lesson?? Jaylen forced him to take a fadeaway! He made it, good for him. Dealing him a lesson.

Yeah Lebron, you made the shot, but Lebron of 3 years ago would have gone to the rim and tried to draw the foul.  Jaylen played that last shot pretty well, he had a good contest, Lebron didn't give him a lesson at all.  This is why some of us can't stand James.  Just admit that Jaylen played you well all night, and you were fortunate to hit the shot.  No need to embellish the story.

Re: Celtics (39-16) at Lakers (42-12) Game #56 2/23/20
« Reply #917 on: February 24, 2020, 02:15:24 AM »

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Good to see the Faker media in full swing...crowing about beating us and zero mention of the fact that Kemba wasn't playing.

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This is Lakers-Celtics, James said, and that needs to mean something special to the players on the court today because it mattered to the players on the court 60 years ago.

And the game-icing bucket, a spinning jumper from the right post? That was a move set up by an entire game of physicality, pounding Boston’s young wing, Jaylen Brown, to the point where James knew he had him right where he wanted him.

“I had been setting him up all night,” James said, not an ounce of remorse in his voice for the lesson he just dealt to the player 12 years his junior.

https://www.latimes.com/sports/lakers/story/2020-02-23/lebron-james-anthony-davis-lakers-celtics-nba-victory

 

What lesson?? Jaylen forced him to take a fadeaway! He made it, good for him. Dealing him a lesson.

This would surely motivate Jaylen to work on his game even more.